I've been teaching acoustic and electric guitar to teenagers between 12 to 20 years old. Pretty straight foward, chords, scales, coordenation exercises and development, rythm exercises and development... very commited and carefull with the student, giving a pleasant and easy going lesson.
I am a vocalist, guitarist, composer, and music historian who loves to work with new material. I am looking for all types of students, and am happy to work with topics in which the student is interested. I am also comfortable providing suggestions for music and language projects, which typically incorporate history and vocal music into an eclectic approach to the guitar.
I give lessons to anyone who wants to find the music in themselves. The ukulele is a perfect instrument for exploring new musical frontiers, and I can help students learn to sing and play at the same time.
I have my degree in Elementary Education with a minor in music. I build lessons around student's goals in what they would like to accomplish as well as their learning style and abilities. I do my best to set them up to succeed.
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I teach piano and guitar in San Francisco (Sunset District) and online. I teach all ages from beginner to intermediate level. Teaching music is one of my passions in life and I wholeheartedly believe that music can change lives for the better.
my name is john dussault im a young 66 and have given drum lessons for quite a while. my music education began around age 13, i took drum lessons at local music store for at least 3 years and studied theory and keyboards and played in rock bands as well as orchestras.
Hello! I am a voice graduate from Berklee College of Music. I have been a teacher for 4 years and am a enthusiastic and patient teacher. I have experience teaching students from the ages of 3 to 55.
I have played guitar for about ten years now. I have given lessons to a good ammount of friends. And family. I start from what the student knows and slowly work my way towards scales and chords while maintaining a Pace that the student feels comfortable with. I am very laid back and don't push the student too hard where they wouldn't want to come back, but instead, hard enough for them to enjoy it.
Using examples either from videos or from myself, I like to practically show students what needs to be done to improve. I push them forward always to never limit themselves but always shoot for the stars. I encourage several practices on the piano or vocally until it becomes second nature, which helps to ensure mastery of the skill.
Music is a subject like no other. I like to show people how to get comfortable with the foundations of music and theory, so it becomes second nature and open to experimenting and developing each piece with emotion and precision.
I approach each student differently and taylor classes to individual needs. I am confident that any student can learn through my years of experience. It takes a special skill to reach out for guidance on a new skill. I respect every students journey.
I teach every student according to their own musical interests and goals. With beginners I start with the basics of guitar and music theory and quickly move into practical coaching and instruction that gets real time results. I work with advanced students to help them maximize their musical abilities in whatever musical outlet they are working and creating in.
My teaching method is very simple. I like to hear what they bring to the table.
Learning an instrument can be intimidating, but it can be a lot easier with the right guidance. I teach beginner to intermediate students of all ages and can help you improve your guitar skills by taking gradual steps towards larger and more-advanced challenges.
I teach each individual student uniquely based on his/her needs and goals. I emphasize a strong theory base to help students grow as musicians. I help each student become his/her best musician and provide support for each student along his/her educational journey. Positivity and hard work are the basis of my teaching method.
I've been teaching private lessons for over ten years to all ages and skill levels. As an instructor, I am passionate about practice techniques and music theory, though not at all overbearing. Whether you’re just beginning or feeling over-practiced and in a rut, I think lessons should always be both engaging and fun.
My approach to tutoring focuses on praising achievements, being efficient in time management to get the most work done, and leaving the student feeling confident that whatever we haven't done together they will be able to accomplish effectively on their own! The more self-sufficient they feel, the more I've done my job and we can move on to more advanced work.
With beginners I work with most of the main stream method books: Faber & Faber, A Dozen Day, Flash Cards; I complement the repertoire with traditional piano repertoire adjusted to the level of the student. I work with complementary material and exercises and adapt them to the cognitive level of the student. I also have a lot of experience teaching high level performers.
My teaching methodology is based on the individual's mind set. I believe that anyone can do anything if they set their mind to it with great discipline. With great words of encouragement, and patience, I work with students to find a common ground between myself and their classmates.
I would like to teach beginner-intermediate piano. I would like to help kids learn how to read music and successfully play pieces on the piano. I truly enjoy working with kids and piano was so meaningful to me through out my life and I would love to share my passion with others! I like to use both visual aids and hands- on methods to help kids truly understand music and the instrument.
My method is to assess, fill in gaps, and build on what they already know. I cater my teaching style to different learning styles, as not every child has the same sensibilities in music. I see what works for each kid, and alter it until it works.
my teaching method is very personal, but it also works great in group settings. i use songs, and rhythms to teach the fundamentals. i have lots of fun little turns and spins in my teaching, all while adhering to pedigogy.
I am first and foremost a teacher of theory. A lesson in music theory may come from study in a textbook, or it may come from performance. Consequently, in private performance lessons, I embrace theory-informed interpretations of music, and I encourage students to foster their own interpretations as such.
I think music is well appreciated and well learned when it is taught with passion. I believe that a student needs to enjoy what they are learning, if they are to truly excel in that filed. As a result, I always strive to find areas of music that students and passionate about, and then pursue those ideas, rather than following one strict form of pedagogy.
I base my classes on the type of music and interests of my students. My level of success in helping others is being patient and understanding as well as supporting my students in there goals of interest in music. Music is also a positive way to release intense emotions and get exercise.
I am a vocalist, French horn player, clarinetist, composer, and arranger. I give lessons to students of all ages in these subjects. I will aim to help you grow by helping to improve your technique. You might have a great voice or incredible ability on your instrument/composer, but you may not know the techniques that will enable it to truly flourish.
My teaching method combines Linklater work, breathing work and traditional vocalizing scales in order to improve agility, air support and range. I then use some time out of each lesson to work on the style that the student is seeking to improve in.
My teaching method is very practical and try to keep myself updated with all new techniques also keep it simple for students. I like to work one on one so I can see how my student would improve himself.
Developed and presented stimulating lesson plans that covers a wide range of topics and foster music appreciation. Instructed students in the technical aspects of music; conducted rehearsals; put on shows and play at assemblies. Evaluated students’ progress; offered one-on-one or after-school help to ensure each student is able to understand the materials and develop his/her skills.
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Perfect! Mr. Kevin Power is great and patient. When he teaches you, he's nice and humorous but also strict when he has to be. Plus he's always listening to you when you give suggestions or you think you have a better way of learning. He's also a super...
Perfect! Bulent is an excellent teacher and a delightful person. He is very knowledgeable on music. He is patient and responsible. He shows lot of passion on music and teaching, I have learned so much from the first lesson. Definitely recommend him to the...
Perfect! Dianne is not only a wonderful person, but a wonderful teacher as well. Her lessons are extremely informative and fun! I haven't been a student of hers for very long, but I've already made so much progress. Highly recommend her! ❤️
Perfect! Maylin est une super prof, très attentive aux besoins individuels de l'élève, avec de grandes compétences professionnelles, donnant des explications claires. Ses exercices m'ont aidée à me relaxer et à utiliser ma voix de nouvelles manières....
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